Second Meeting in Budapest, June 2013


In 27,28,29 of June 2013 was held the second Meeting for the Terno Project. In the first day in Jakobinus hall, MTA Institute of Sociology we discussed about the  Research of the project:Attending the educational needs of  Roma children(Comparative analysis) prepared by Róza Vajda and the Institute for Sociological Resarch, Hungarian Academy of Sciences where you can read here and we reviewed the work programme from the Meeting in Athens.  Finally each partner made a  Presentation of the Progress in Each country (schools selected, teachers identified, administrative preparations, children target groups,dissemination etc.). The following days we moved to the beautiful Roma Parliament  where it was held the Teacher’s training: Psychological tools and pedagogical methods supporting the education of Roma children . The basic guidelines of the Training you can also find here













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